Looking for a place to stay for Kenny Chesney’s Songs for the Saints 2019 Tour on April 12, 2019 at the Greensboro Coliseum? We invite you to stay with us at the O.Henry Hotel or Proximity Hotel in Greensboro, NC, just three miles away from the Greensboro Coliseum!
Check in to an inviting guestroom at O.Henry Hotel, where you’ll experience custom-designed, finely crafted furnishings and AAA Four Diamond amenities. Enjoy dinner at Green Valley Grill with an included $10 voucher and after the concert, enjoy craft cocktails at our lively bar! The next day, spend a lazy afternoon in our luxurious Social Lobby while being served afternoon tea by our attentive staff! Book O.Henry Concert Special Now and save 7% off our Best Rate!
Stay in sustainable style at our LEED Platinum Proximity Hotel. Unwind in a modern, loft-like guestroom with warm surroundings including custom, locally fabricated furnishings, original art by our artist-in-residence and AAA Four Diamond luxury hotel amenities that include complimentary airport transportation and wifi! Savor fresh European flavors at Print Works Bistro for dinner with an included $10 voucher and the next morning, enjoy a leisurely brunch! Book Proximity Concert Special Now.
Green Valley Grill
Visit Green Valley Grill, adjacent to the O.Henry Hotel, and enjoy informally elegant fine dining and seasonal food using old-world European culinary sensibilities and Mediterranean flavors. GVG’s wine list receives the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence each year and features 75 wines by the glass. The freshest food prepared by a passionate team, and served by friendly and competent people, is our recipe for a great dining experience.
Print Works Bistro
Print Works Bistro, adjacent to Proximity Hotel, uses fresh local ingredients to create extraordinary flavors and creative comfort foods. Enjoy traditional and modern versions of classic dishes popular in European-French bistros for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. The vibrant dining room has walls of windows overlooking the gardens and a lively bar that has craft cocktails that change with the seasons.
Kenny CHesney – Songs for Saints Tour
with special guests David Lee Murphy and Caroline Jones
Tickets on sale December 7, 2019
– After playing 19 major stadium concerts, breaking 11 records and playing to over 1.3 million members of No Shoes Nation, Kenny Chesney decided to scale things back, head to where the fans are and create a more intimate concert experience. Though known for his high impact shows, Songs for the Saints 2019 Tour is going to being all the energy, all the intensity and all the songs to 19 select markets.
“I wanted to bring the music to the people, knowing how many members of No Shoes Nation travel to see our stadium shows,” the man the Los Angeles Times hailed “The People’s Superstar” said of his 2019 tour. “To me, making the rooms a little smaller, coming to where the fans live, we’re changing the dynamic – and I think it’s going to be pretty cool. It’s a lot of people’s hometowns, and that’s always awesome energy.”
Joining the songwriter/superstar on Songs for the Saints 2019 Tour is good friend and hard country icon David Lee Murphy. Murphy’s feel good faith in the universe “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright” became his second and Chesney’s 29th No. 1 – and scored the pair the 2018 CMA Award for Musical Event of the Year.
With “Better Boat,” Chesney’s duet with Mindy Smith from the deeply personal Songs for the Saints climbing the charts, the 8-time Entertainer of the Year is turning his attention back to the fans, the music and the road. Profiled in The New York Times in early November for his intersective approach to music through sports, the man from East Tennessee believes in the power of music to heal people wherever they are.
“One thing people who’ve been coming to see us know is that every night, I tell people, ‘Whatever your problems are, I want you to leave them out there… and for one night, I want you to forget about it, and have the time of your life,’” he explains. “It’s not that we don’t have serious songs, or heartbreak songs, but I want people to feel what they need to feel, sing as loud as they can and have the kind of night everybody needs to feel the best part of being alive.”
“To me, songs are personal. That is until you play them for others. Now when I hear the audience singing along on “Noise,” or “Get Along,” or “American Kids,” it’s their song every bit as much as it’s mine. They throw so much light and heart on everything, even a sad one like “Anything But Mine,” the songs shine. So for us, getting out there and hearing these songs again just reminds us how powerful they are. And getting to take them to some places we’ve missed, playing some rooms where we can really see all the faces? That’s really awesome, too.”
Directions to the Coliseum
Turn left onto Green Valley Road – Make a left onto Benjamin Parkway (0.9 mi) – Turn right on N. Aycock St (1.2 mi) – Turn right onto West Gate City Blvd (.5 mi) – Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Coliseum Blvd (.4 mi) – Turn right onto Ellington St – Coliseum Parking will be on your right.
We can also arrange transportation to the Greensboro Coliseum for a fee so you can travel to and from the concert worry-free!
Make It a Getaway
Our Friendly Neighborhood is a pretty cool place, so we’ve cooked up a few reasons to stay an extra day!
- Go two blocks to 125+ shops at Friendly Center.
- Shop and tour the world’s largest retailer of china, crystal, flatware and collectibles at Replacements, Ltd.
- Take a walk through history at the Guilford Courthouse National Military Park or discover the sit-in movement of 1960 at the International Civil Rights Museum.
- Our complimentary bikes are great for exploring the 112 miles of trails and greenways Greensboro has to offer!
- See more Greensboro Attractions!